Bayek came across a woman calling for her son in Alexandria's southern docks.
- Tjepu: Tefibi! Tefibi!
When I get my hands on that boy he will pray that Osiris had taken him!
Have you seen my idiot son? No? If you see him send him on my way. I will... buy whatever you have. Even if it is rancid. Tefibi!
Bayek approached the lady.
- Tjepu: Medjay! Thank the gods! I have not seen one of your kind in many moons.
- Bayek: What troubles you, little mother?
- Tjepu: My son, Tefibi. The boy is mad, always running off. He wishes to be some sort of thinker, Set take him! He has taken to searching for a cave near the beach, he should have been back by now.
- Bayek: If he is lost, I will find him.
- Tjepi: Thank you, Medjay
Bayek reached the beach.
- Bayek: This looks to be where she claimed Tefibi was.
Bayek discovered a bundle of clothes on the ground.
- Bayek: Someone's clothing. Torn.
Bayek discovered a pool of blood in the water nearby.
- Bayek: His wounds bled out in the water. He must have swam away.
Bayek discovered a trail of blood on the rocks nearby.
- Bayek: The blood leads around the lighthouse. I wonder...
Bayek followed the trail to a small hut behind the lighthouse.
- Bayek: The blood trail leads to this door. I must prepare myself.
Bayek destroyed the door and discovered a man lying on the floor.
- Tefibi: Ah!
- Bayek: Tefibi? Your mother sent me to find you.
- Tefibi: Well, that's good. I would have hurt you otherwise. With my mind.
- Bayek: (chuckles) I doubt it little man.
- Tefibi: Okay please help me up.
Bayek helped Tefibi to stand up.
- Tefibi: Whoa. Feeling a bit... dizzy. I think I lost a lot of blood.
- Bayek: Then it is time we get you back to your mother.
- Tefibi: She will be cross. Ah, fine. Lead on. I have enough strength to leave.
Bayek and Tefibi left the hut and made their way back to Tjepu.
- Tefibi: Mother sent a warrior to protect me. A philosopher does need a guard.
- Bayek: I am not your guard. I am helping your mother.
- Tefibi: Your badge. The eye of Horus?
- Bayek: It is my Medjay badge.
- Tefibi: Medjay? Ahhhhhh. Old Kingdom. Weren't they killed by the Ptolemies?
- Bayek: They forgot one.
- Tefibi: Would you let me write your story? The last Medjay would be a fantastic tale.
- Bayek: Well, what kind of story would you tell, Tefibi?
- Tefibi: I know! A fable! One to put even Aesopica to shame! I will make you a camel, I think.
- Bayek: I do not think I would like to be a camel.
- Tefibi: A shame that. Maybe an eagle? How about a cow?
- Bayek: Perhaps it is best to continue on from here in silence.
- Tefibi: Ah. So be it.
A group of soldiers approached both Bayek and Tefibi.
- Soldier 1: There! Get him. He robbed us!
- Bayek: You stole from them?
- Tefibi: Defend my free will warrior!
- Bayek: I will deal with them.
- Soldier 1: There! Get that map-thief!
- Soldier 3: There's the rat that stole from us! Get that thief! Get back here, you gutless snake!
- Soldier 1: The Phylakitai knows what you've done, thief! We will not let that pass!
Bayek eliminated the soldiers.
- Bayek: There. That should be all of them.
He returned to Tefibi.
- Bayek: Tefibi did you leave anything else out of your adventure? Say a crate of drachmas?
- Tefibi: You wound me, Medjay! I am in search of knowledge. And a drachma or two, but never in theft!
- Bayek: It looks like there are no others coming, Tefibi. Return to your mother and your studies.
- Tefibi: Come and see me anytime in Alexandria, Medjay! I will be a great philosopher, just you wait.
- Bayek: I... look forward to it, Tefibi.
Bayek helped Tjepu to find her son Tefibi and bring him to safety.